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Today We Celebrate Freedom and Social Justice

Every day when I read the news, follow statuses or tweets, I can see more and more people who share the idea of removing barriers that people face because of gender, age, race, ethnicity, religion, culture or disability. Then I ask myself: did I…

The story of how a Mexican Play for Peace club came to be: A three act play

"Hope. And a window that lets us peek into what a better society could look like. This is what Play for Peace is for me." - Francisco Hueyatl First Act – I joined as a graphic design volunteer. Francisco Hueyatl joined Play for Peace, just like…

Change a Campus, Change a Nation: Play Sessions at Cebu Technological University

“The Filipino youth is the hope of the fatherland." - Jose Rizal The last quarter of 2016 highlighted two major activities of PFP Cebu, Philippines, to cap the year-long commitment to promote leadership through PFP-inspired trainings. …

Annual Report 2015-2016

“Just as ripples spread out when a single pebble is dropped into water, the actions of individuals can have far-reaching effects." —Dalai Lama Detailed in the annual report, Play for Peace supports programming that creates a “ripple effect”…

Feast For Peace 2017 Guest Thozi Ndlazi

Growing up in South Africa during the Apartheid era, Thozi Ndlazi is no stranger to discrimination. So when he joined Play for Peace, he was able to use personal experience to fuel his passion for peace.

Video Recap: Compassion Games' World Interfaith Harmony Week

Compassion Games' World Interfaith Harmony Week was a week of learning, understanding, and teaching of compassion and acceptance across the world. Many of our Play For Peace clubs participated in the Week's daily missions, bringing a message of…

What do Play for Peace kids grow up to be?

“I am a very honest, responsible man who enjoys helping his community.” Here at Play for Peace, there’s a very lucky abundance of photos with smiling kids whose present moment has just been touched by cooperative play and activities that…

Become a Play for Peace Certified Trainer!

The application to become a Certified Play for Peace Trainer is now open through Wednesday, February 15. When you become a Play for Peace Certified Trainer, you are a part of a global community of people who use their skills to promote peace,…

Play For Peace - Supporting Refugees

Play for Peace brings together people from many countries, religions, cultures and belief systems. We work daily with people in the US. and around the world who are facing war, discrimination, and violence, but who still have chosen to work for…

Bike for Peace 2017 – from China to Myanmar

Play for Peace board directors Steve Proudman and Mark Havens have once again embarked on a biking journey to bring peace to themselves and the world. Last year they biked through northern Vietnam and Laos. This year they have started another…